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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace S THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friilay, September THE RED CORNER TJAVING PURCHASED FOR SPOT CASH ihe complete stock of the Boston Clothing Company, of Swift Current, we beg to H announce to the working people ofLethbridge that on Saturday morning, at nine o'clock sharp, the Red Corner will open its doors upon one of the most unique sales that has ever been conducted in the city. We are going to make it our business to purchase stocks of merchandise from time to time, and turn them over to the public on a small margin of profit. For this reason the present stock must positively go. We cannot store it, and the prices we are selling at will ensure its quick turnover WINTER IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING and this stock includes such goods as Felt Boots, Fleece Lined Underwear, Mitts, Gloves, Sheep Lined Coats and Jackets, Men's and Women's Coats, Rubbers, Overshoes, and a large quantity of high grade Men's, Women's and Children's Boots and Shoes. This Sale is a complete reversal of me usual conditions, inasmuch as in this instance you will be enabled to secure your Winter Goods at less than "End of Season" prices, before the season sets in. That's why we say this Sale is unique. The following items are but samples of the bulk. Men's Overalls Union makrvivliile, blue ancfblack. 1-3 off only, Man's lony sheep lined Cord Coat, Iciilhir trimmed. pocK-ls armpits. Reg. ?22.50 for Fleece Lined Underwear, including sueli well known makes as Pen-angle, etc., -garment A PLEASING ITEM FOR MOTHEIIS Roys' Pants, iTyulur goods for 60e arid 70c pair assortment of Mills and Gloves Yuluds up to Red Corner Prices from cents. only, sheep lined lien's Jackets, reg. f01' 1 only, -Heavy Duck Sheep Lined Long 'Couls, reg. ?18.00 for Women's and Children's Boots, Shoes, and Slippers at 50 per ct. reduction HEBE'S 'ANOTHER GOOD ONE- '-Boys' 'Red -Corner A i i V CAPS FOR ALL An excellent assortment of high grade caps, rcg. up to -J3.50. Red Corner Price 10c-20c-3Qc-50c NO Gent's Heavy 'Overcoat, Sl'J for Several Ladies' Winter Cqii Is, Blanket Cloth, Roqls. and Shoes -all sizes, for men. mid children, from 75 cents. up Overshoes Sizes for everybody, one Ivvcvdr three buckle; -Just Women's and Children's from, per pair" 10 cents WOOLLEN GLOVES And Milts for.' the young-sto- 15c to 25c of Rubbers at. equally sensa-- tional cuts- This Sale is a genuine moriey saver. Take advantage of this opportunity. Remember the time, 9 o-clock Saturday morning 3rd AVE. and 6th ST. LETHBR1DGE Alberta's .Credit High on.the. "Mpiiey. Markets (Continued From-VrojiU.PaReV-i Mr. Tweedie: 'rome pr.agreeroent been filed Premier not: there has been no statote pazsed Authorizing anything- of .the bind. There has been no route decided en. that the line will hi. construct- ed tietveen the original Ed.mpatcn'.and Fort McMurray." The House Bgreed to lie documents 'required by. Mr. Twecdie being pro- duced. Sane-lion' was also, given pr- couched ih similar .terms as the1 one Just'mentioned, .bul wilh.reierenc'e to the Edmonton, Dim- retro-siid B.C. Hallway. ,J; Woodmen's tien Act The' Woodmen's Lien Act was rnov- ed for7 second reading in the Legisla- ture today by the Hon. A. G. MicKay. -'Mr. MRcKay.-lti.explaining the'pro- ;-risiOM of he bill said that It was ln: tended to protect the ol all engaged in getting out'lum- ,Wr from the woods; it baring happen. very Irequehtly in the past that .men, mostly newcomers to this coan- employment office had gone worh for irum whom- they did .not Jmow, and whoie financial ilanillng they1 had no meaoe of Knowing, dls- covered afler having worked ell wlc- ter, that the suVcontmclor.for whom tbey; were rrorklnt was absolutely '.-i'qrtiilesB financially, and thfly had been unable to recover from llie v'in- ctpal contractor. Each of ihese.raen. at least one hundred of whom consuit- ed him la a legal capacity last aea- vailing fcr case to te heard n, conn, so tbc til] proposed (a gire Eie judge power to decide ihe case at >aee in chambers, .providing notice iv-as given to parties. Iri Iia mala iroviaions, the bill parallels those ic orce in Saskatchewan" and Brltisb Jolumbia. --The WJ1 was .reed a sec-; eUPIOXALLS-THEM FROM FROZEN NORTH If on.N'J. R. Bbvier minister caf educa- ansvreretl questions tiigard ins Rnthenian training schools in regird tofthe.nuni- ier of penniUu issued to ..teacoera liualific'ationB'da-'not.'tom'ft.up la latter being necesaitaltil tfro.ig-tO a i 'shortage in nrimber ot pro- teachers. .-The' making, every ei'fort' to oVsr- .the increased supply, of; trained teachfc-ra.'- is'prering Dr. ,U S--Stewart.-" ihe b4r-.' for- felhbridgf e'.said that' liie. setool for.for- .elgnevi' at A'esrevine had since Fcbriiarj- 13 "ot students in altendance. The tongue of these students IB a dia lect .ol Hufsian. The lensti of course is at the option of the stud cuts. Mr. Boyie stated that It not the intention of the govt-rnment to teachingjCertlflrates to the stud in attendance at. this Ecbool, but WO .WEDDINGS ATTRACT IN- BAY CO. IS PULLING TlOUT 1'ifichtr- Creek, Kept. con- ditions in this district continue lo. i: abore expectations. H is estimat-j ed-tliat'15 per cent, of the threshing is already is turning- out good.-One man had 52 bushels ol 'all pet acre, average, will be afcnut 23 tush'ls, the district as Oats are an ex- ceptionally fine crop, and run all the way from 50 bushels to per acre. Some good crops of barley bave been threshed and considerable haul- ing' has already teen done. Help for the tbrcshing crens has been scarce, especially cooks, Most- of the outfits from djy- light till dark. II the present fine weather continues lor- one more week the IhreEhir.g season will he practicaliy Ihe most favorable weithpr known to this dis- trict for years. Pinchcr is losing one o! its oldest stores. The Hudson's nay ia, -on o be cut the list, and the- man-' w'lltn gemrnt is busy-arranging the big1 ale (o.he carried on soon. This "is united Miss Marie Peary, daughter Admiral ts engaged to be married to Donald McMillan, who jMMnparied Peary on'. hU lart expert Ition. diploma. The number ot teachers lacking us- ual slandlng, to whom- permits to leacS bave been Issued by the Depart- ment of Kducation. numbered (ro'm January 1 to September is'tbls year 364. as compared with 124 during lilS: of the teachers to whom'permits hive been issued this 79 receiv- ed their education in Alberta, 160 in the other provinces of Canada, 27 in the British Isles. 103 In the United 'This bill gave the workman a llea j i. on the lamber, and where the ties -Vent-the lien would go. The Act al- 'ilowed him thirty days after the close I of the ewuion to gel down to some Ojrt and file claim. Unleij he j (.'.tin, bWever, within thirty days, the lien cewtd to.ciW. The lien i Would.not operate at did the Hen in i Onttrlo, la of the :of iht emploTer, tho only I j llwut to or lumber- n as K> out or tat op is sacS a Tie ordinary. wlio wtrkei In L the. bwii couli net to cUlm, YOUNG WIFE IS ILL Munich, Sept. to the illntsi of his wife, former King Man u'cl of Portugal, baa abandoned hlB trip lo Rngland, where he had Intended'to give a "house warm Ing" at Richmond. The young couple will Instead procMd to and reiiiain ufiil: the Pilnces their neu- residence lately erected i tlie noilh hill. A quiet v.cdiiitig was perfoiroul hy ttie Rsr. J. It. Grcllon in St. John's r.nil. Louisa Gr'cenham were ue lo the company wishing to con- rentratc their business lor the K. MacLeod, uas "the LBEPTA GROWS A MILLION BLADES FOR- i- EVERY .ONE .'IN UTAH ougbt to be the greatest stock country Dov.n our--way our range is corered with brush.-. You ;row Wades where ve grow one.' Judge Tanner; of Silt IJke City, wa3...fn.the city hiring come north to" Tislt ht.z br.other Blthoj) Tanner, st Woolford.'.-.Mr..'.Tanner inowi" Southern havinij owntd a farm on ih.e'.Cafaeron.rlinch some-years ago. He -was- discusfilng' the cha'agee Ing "wrought In (he-country, and advo- cating- hliicd" farming'when he made the abore statement. The .country will riever De says, until the farmers glvo up eiclusive grain farm Judge WM preBent at the WIUL EXCHANGE Bquity la a fine room, fully modera bouse, lire tfate on two lots, facing OM block from Ontral school for vacant lotE or imaller liowe. 'Apply lex 9 H.r.U Elevator For Sale or Addreu inquirict to Box 247, Edmonton riOBiible the1 reason for the- partial failure In the winter wheat crbp, which a few years ago looked upon as the safest crop the fkmei; could grow. Board of Trade luncheon at noon yer some we're entered forcibly. The plac es'enler'cd were: The llayr Hard ware store, three times II. A. Me Killop, grocery store, the. roller rink the HarWatlern store in North Mike Supir.a's store listening to'the 15th street, J. H. Tuiney's whole-jera he said the vital problem! of the house and the Tudhopc-AniJerson 1 rarmtr wero much the same on both warehouse. sides of the line. Hot Canada's prou- The court allnwed one boy out in iems arc nol insurmountable. the cusloily of his father, two were! _.. e Tne greatest tribute to Ihe woa- ol a dainty ;aiternoon cusloif 'of Probation iderful rMourcca of this CHATIAUOUAY ILECTION Ottawa, day 'ore Ihu bye-election. o been set for October 4. and election day for October 11. Such vras.the decision of the Cabinet coun- cil. Eighteen rlayi only-are (hut given for campaign purposes, the gorern. menl evidently hoping (o-rnake good In the constituency by nub 'methods. A very happy v.edriing was niied at the Presbyterian cliurch on fhursdsy, Sept. 2Slh, at 3 p. m... when Thomas Henrv Hcaic and Maude M.irr Kilgar were unlffd in :he holy bonds of matrimony by ths lift. Hillis Wright. The hridc was given away hy T. llourr, sr. Miss -Jean McKenxie, ol Royal View, Alts., and Miss f. Kulaie WllM-a assisted the bride Mr. J. .J. Cameron was hest man. The bride wore a navy travel- ling suit, a while beaver hat with blacV p'limes, ii.i catrkd z of white astm and ffrns. The brides- maids were both attired in blue, tail- ored" suits and carried hoqucts o' sweet peas. MenrtclssrihTi's wedding march was played hy Mis. A. H. Krffialrn. Alter weddiiig breik- by Mrs. Collins, of I'mch- and Mrs. ]fit Bad Boys; of Petty Thefts MUST FILL IN ALL WELLS Medicine ilal, Aha., fccpt. Health Department of the city hae ordered that all wells within the. dry limits bo filled up. This It the re sulfof treeing several-cams of typhoid I evening train for Xclton, H. (o .water taken from UKMO wellt. J c. their ittuin they will (ast.gircn by M tr maticm, Mr. (Continued from Front police rnaysttale las had to deal with In a li'nc, eteryw.e in the courtroom was gicitly impress- ed. All ol the lads come from gooJ families, ar.d it was very evident that they had not reallMl the seriousness of tr.c ofletiscs they eommi.ttlag. All of the artlclfs stolen in- hibited at the station and Included a various assortment. Sueh thlnzs li.'.hfcrs, roller stales, pencils, knives, tools, ropt, riflrt, baseball gloves, tire tape, .lanterns, otujM, tic, etc., were in the collection Skeleton keys were rard in tome cas u in enter tbt aM WlHtie, Saik., Sept. men, lamed Sliorlz find D.nrHnghouse, who f ad been employed with a thrc-sblng oiitlll. were drowned when leaky owtjoat, In which they Bet out to OH Ivfllto, while duck rjntlng; became unwieldy and sank. 'ttarllnfchOuae came from Ollnton, ntl., but the home oi Shorn Is un- mown. BUSINESS LOCALS Gun. Neldlg will hold auctlna sale of furniture cm- rut, September Mth at 1258 6th Averue South., at 2.30 o'clock LOTS OF RICE SOUP Paris.. Sept. tho' tons of rice were destroyed by the recent floods In French Indo-China, according to an official despatch to- day- HALY HUTCHINSON DEAD fxindon, Sept. right lion. Sir Francis Ifnly Ifutc'.ilnson, uorernor ar.d commander In chiof of Colony, 1901 lo IJIO, dlr.d to- day. Specials For Saturday In Fruit 2Cc, AppK fcr..... 8rx-. Prunes, per crafe I'rttiws, pier baakel Grapes, per pound Peaches, per box Peaches, per dozen 25c Florida Grapt Fruil, 2 'for............25C Tomntow, bukei (or .-2oC Cncumbem, 3 for Oranges, dqz. Lemons, per doz. SPECIALS IN CANDY Frtsh Chocolatts, -All kinds of homt-made Per Csndy per Jb. LETHBRIDGE KANDY KITCHEN 722 Srd Avenue Soufh doz. .jjftc, 3, Apples, 3lbs for 25t' 25c 50c 50c ;